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Thu 30th/11/2017

Greg Davies

— Colston Hall
Comedy from Greg Davies
time:20:00pm
price: See event details

Information:

Venue: Colston Hall
Time: 20:00
Date: Thu 30 Nov 2017
Price: £29.56 incl. booking fee

“The extremely likeable ex-teacher still knows how to hold people’s attention. Though now he is doing it with lessons in puerility,” says the Evening Standard. Greg is, of course, the writer and star of Channel 4 sitcom Man Down and Bafta-nominated star of BBC Three comedy Cuckoo. New show You Magnificent Beast follows 2013’s The Back of My Mum’s Head, which was described as “absolutely hilarious throughout” (Buzz Mag).

Parental guidance recommended
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